Friday, September 13th, 3:30-5:00pm
[Point Grey]

Over the last 40 years research in finance has undergone a gradual transformation, as the community of finance researchers became much larger. The goal of this talk is to document some trends in publications and citations, and the impact they had on the tenure process. The presentation will follow the structure of an empirical talk and will be entirely data-driven. After presenting a lot of descriptive statistics, Dr. Panageas will present results of regressions from a data set of tenure outcomes  across universities on several predictor variables and discuss trends of how these predictors changed over the years. The ultimate goal is to give attendees a wealth of information and data to allow them to make more informed career decisions. While the talk is primarily intended for untenured assistant professors, all members of the profession (from PhD students to tenured professors) are welcome and encouraged to attend.


Chair of the Special Session for Assistant Professors

Stavros Panageas
Associate Professor of Finance
UCLA Anderson School of Management

Stavros Panageas studies asset pricing and macroeconomics. Previously, he taught at the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago, the London School of Economics, and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research and he has been a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

He has worked as a fixed income quantitative analyst for Fidelity Investments and was a co-founder and board member of AIAS NET, one of the first Greek internet service providers. Panageas’s research has appeared in prestigious academic journals such as American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics and Journal of Monetary Economics. His work has been presented at leading universities and conferences worldwide.